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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - December 25, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioWeather warmer tent Dayi Friday colder to. 91�?no. 308 daily except Sci Chat a makes your Day complot tto soother conc Lintl afternoon pm per he Iha aug cited a Iho Ornati Thum Dat d10ehber 18, 1980 7 March i. My. Sixteen pages a so a 2c 12c last it edition i Coroner girl s father and admirer wounded in Duel on Street to make change in office at the Star that shines today Parent had objected to Man visiting daughter. A both May die v autopsies will be made general Hospital. Quot \ a a a a a a a a a a a r two deputies f a suitor taken to Hospital in students will be Able to be Kentucky for treatment of a present. V a a j. Vav l Santa Claue v comes out of a pistol barrel Florida Holdup Man act copt offeror $10. To work of Santa Little boy and girl Are first Folk of land. Ceiling High thee thre grandchildren. Spend Christmas at White House. A Romance Between a 15-year-old cd a Quot Diee tiber 7. 77,7 girl and a Man twice her age May feet to 25-74 whelp walking Home last Washington. December 25�? suit to i death and Alto that of the bight with a Large amount of Money a Herbert Hoover Iii better known 1 girl a father on him Peter Sattler a Salesman. I the two men fought a pistol Duel. It the Bulnes end of a gun in i wednesday night. And both were 81/ y a it a a wounded critically. Physicians said a it christinas. Inter said a. I both probably Mem not ural or Man i the Day. A about a 8anu. Claus a 7\ 77 they Are a 7v 7v i. Quot a Satler Rolald i had. A it .7 Vernon Hewley. 38. 235 Yueh Street. V a i hate to do a thing like the wounded in the Abdomen and right unidentified individual continued thigh 7 777 a a a a a and us my first time but i m out Steve Belau 31, 826 East. Third of Troutt Street shot through the lungs and a airman a m Stin in announcing his official a if. Thursday. Or m. Scott rearm. Coroner elect also made known his plan to introduce an innovation in the conduct Fly his office the innovation Lias to do with the making of postmortem examinations or autopsies Thea we a be made at the general Hospital by physicians of the pathology department of the medical College University of Kihei Hati if the county commissioners agree. To the plan \ / a _. There la a morgue and other equip ment and facilities at the Hospital which St i Beu eved. Will enable the Auto Pale to be made More efficiently there than lit the county morgue in the court House. Besides students of the medical College will be enable to be present to receive instruction during the postmortem. Or. Kearns announced that or Richard s. Austin. 3565 inter Wood Avenue. Clifton head of the department of pathology. Medical College. University of Cincinnati and or j m. Patterson assistant to or Austin who resides at the general Hospital will be Deputy coroners to have charge of autopsies. R outside or autopsies or. Matthew c. Aiming 1885 km-b3r Avenue we a be Deputy Coroner. In charge of routine duties., outside of autopsies. Mica Helen Smith. St Lawrence Avenue. Price Hill will be the Coroner s stenographer. He also announced appointment of three custodians of the film. They Are 8imon. Steinberg >1341 Locust Street Robert Waters 1132 Dell Avenue former Newspaperman and Robert Nelda Rychner 37 Street. 7?. A Deputy sheriff and assistant county prosecutor will be assigned to Jeffi connection with the Coroner s office. Or. Kearns consulted with Robert n. Dorman Bounly prosecutor elect As to the legality of changing the place of holding autopsies from the updo of inquest to the general hos k he was informed by Gorman the Law was pot Clear on the subject but that the change could left a �?T77&Quot. The shooting is alleged to have climaxed the efforts of Hensley to break up a Romance Between his daughter Betty 16. And to a an. Betty and Bolan have been keeping company for several months because of 1 her youth and Bolan s age. Hensley 1 objected to them going together. I police were shooting started when the girl and Bolan returned to her Home at i p. A. After visiting Friend a. Hens Ley met them in a Rory to his Home i during an argument Between the men. Police reported. By Lan Drew a pistol and hied twice at the father. Hensley fled into his Home and obtained a revolver. Returning to the sidewalk the father discovered his daughter and Bolan fleeing towards the Bolan Home. At a amp re and kill gory Street he overtook i men opened Frei Hensley fell to i it the sidewalk seriously wounded., Fouce attracted by the first shooting. Arrived a about this time Bolan had disappeared will $10 Dot Quot asked Battler. A a Bure i can get along nicely with that a a ,. I .7, a Battler kit a ered his hands took out his Wallet and handed the Christmas Bandit a $1q Bill then Battler continued Home Komi the hold up Man Ofer Toudt him a. A a say he Bald. A give me your name and address. I want to return this when i find Christmas ride ends tragically a. A n a. A a a a a r a Motorman killed and con due Tor s wife is injured. Indianapolis december 26--�?� boarding a last trip Street car Ute last night with hot arms loaded with Christow purchases mrs. Ever ins a a a �5 he rss it i a Sfa Yff being wounded. A j a found he Wii in w Hospital Here to Al hour after Hensley was taken to the general Hospital. Newport police notified them that Bolan was a patient at Speers Hospital. Physicians at the Kentucky Hospital said Bolan was in a serious condition when received. An investigation revealed that bold a went to his Home. His Mother and Betty Hensley summoned a Friend and drove him to the Kentucky Hospital. A a in an Effort to save Hensley s life surgeons at the general Hospital resorted to blood transfusion. According to Newport police Bolan served a Sef tence in the Kentucky reformatory for robbery several years ago. We in the Duel Between the men eleven shots were Fred. Hensley shot of Lvi times and Bolan six. I wont pay taxes on i Thouse that was stolen As Peter was undisputed first boy of the land today while his sister Peggy Ann was equally the first girl. As tiny skippered feet All Over the City and the country tumbled Down stairs toward loaded stockings and present burdened Trees these two woke to their most memorable Christ thaa v with them was the third grandchild of the president and mrs. Hoover Little Joan who will have to be told All about it some other Day for she is Only 6 months old. Far Down below their Nursery s ceiling scraping gift Laden tree stood in the East room whose name runs in the pages of american history Are suspended All Over the capital ceremonious big wigs suspended rules of precedence conceding for the Darr the right of their youngest to be first Cabinet members senators representatives. Generals and admirals fortunate enough to have children or grandchildren All devoted themselves to making the youngsters Happy. The Hoover grandchildren already were overwhelmed by about the grandest Christmas eve that could befall Small people for the president and first lady hid done their utmost for their enjoyment. A Candle Light Parade up and Down the hails of the White House a dinner at which they were guests of Honor with other Chii Dren sons and daughters of the ident s secretaries and aides filling stately Horseshoe table of t he big Din in room and Christmas carols Sung by the Girt scout Best Carlers be Day seriously Hurt. In addition her fore the tall portico of the presiden numerous packages were in a North tial mansion these filled the eve Side canal and her anticipated Ning. Christmas happiness shattered it. G had been her intention to keep her husband company on his last run. The car northbound with Brady Pierce a substitute Motorman failed Man is Burner at Yule f a a kit y a a my Mem i. Nam Mai it we Christmas tree bursts into Fiamos fire spreads life saving squad gives first Aid / v defective wiring on a curl Otmas tree set fire to the Otise of Jeorga Stevie. 816 Park Avenue. Newport Kyd a during a Celebration thursday at 2 30 a. M. The tree was in a Blase instantly and the flames spread to the Walls and furniture. The Newport fire department was summoned and confined the fire to the front parlor. Losa was about $100. Paul Altman. 332s Monteith Avenue Hyde Park. Cincinnati one of the guests was burned about the hands in trying to extinguish the flames. He was Given first and by the life saving squad of the fire department. His injuries were not serious. A tevet is proprietor of a department store at 828 Monmouth Street. New port. A Mariemont grocer is robbed of $250 Auto is forced to curb two armed men. By 5 no Christmas truce american flees in Norris Lucas Row sex cancan to i Albuquerque. N a Decem i her solved Houtos theft mystery has bed to the surface again. I r. L. Davis received a notice of i taxes due j Quot no. Sir a he said a not one cent. A f not House no tax Quot a i the House was removed boards. A i Glass nails wallpaper fixtures land All in november 1629. Police j have been unable to find a Trace i of it neighbors said they believed i Dayis had ordered the House torn Down and moved. But he haunt to slow Down for a Sharp turn in the track and the car struck a canal Bridge sideways and split in two. The front part dropping into the water below Pierce it a body later was recovered Rora the Vestibule of the car in four feet of water. Company officials said the brakes were in perfect condition and Pierce failed to see the curve in tune. The1 conductor mrs norms a a husband escaped with Only a few bruises. Mystery blast believed meteor twelve Idaho towns shaken by disturbance 1 meetings by radio the president left them for a while a to go exit in the cold Clear night ought a shimmering on Munty Christmas tree and Wiah the whole country a Quot merry seeded to count Ipin Homes a or radio Waves St today after a Busy time unwrapping package in the Hoover family had a Large Turkey to Deal with at luncheon time and in the evening the children of the Cabinet members planned to accept the presidents invitation to share Christmas dinner at the White House and bring along their parents. As for business for one Day the president hoped to escape it almost entirely. A couple of hours in the office could not be avoided but the work was not to be extended. Pedestrian robbed John. M. Markham. 4168 Tirril Avenue we robbed of $58. Early thumbs at Apple Street and the b 6e p. Railroad. Markham was walking to his Home. He Saldi Hata threatened him with a pistol and undoubtedly of made with consent j searched his pockets of the county commissioners. J by a it is into Mied to continue holding i Paul Nib made Happy a the inquests at the court House. Dry Christmas Day at Good Samaritan at in said there waa a precedent for Hospital was made a Happy one for inmates and patients confined at the rs1 lu8ututl�n Over the Holiday. Decora my to it. Tv-1-1 no Tiona of Holly Nua Tintoc and Evergreen i Baye liven the corridor and lobbies persons. Who do it us oct qty jul a inn my Inni Bercu Losis san Orlum. The Post a i move Portem examinations were made by Phayre of the department of a ing. Scientists to Mike a Survey of pathology of the University. I the Cortner s office with regard to or. Munis said that he would ask a i and medical phases and to fee Jar atonal research Council. Was ii j commend any improvements that May a Quot Quot Fagton composed of the nation s Lead afto a desirable in its a oviduct. Lewiston Idaho december 25�? Jpio buildings in a dozen town were jarred last night by a blast believed to have been the explosion of a meteor which lighted the Countryside of North Central Idaho Over an Arta of fifty or sixty Miles. A a no it pets at a Trad been received Here Early today several Hundred persons saw the Flash which was said to have lighted the Earth with a. Brilliance almost equal to sunlight it preceded the explosion at 11 57 a m. Cincinnati time to about three minutes. The place of the explosion was not determined but it Sims believed to have been Naar Troy Idaho. Calls it several towns were . One person said Quot it might be a few Miles or a Hundred Quot. Telephone operators in Orofino and Lapwai said the explosion Shook their buildings. Residents of la Pat Orofino Lewiston Orchards Genesee and Troy in Idaho and Clarkston wash., and other towns said they saw the Flash and Felt the expos fun like that of a monster artillery iffy if. Prof. F. B Laney. Professor of get ology at the University 6f Idaho ammo he Felt sure from descriptions Given him the disturbance waa a meteor similar to one which Ell in nearly the same Region nine years ago. Admits taking part in payroll Holdup Man walks loto police Headquarters and surrenders. New Haven. Conn. December 25 a up a a Man who said his name was Edward Slattery of this City walked into police Headquarters Early today and Bald he was the robber who stole Trie payroll of the a Logtown Branch of the american Mills company in bid 8ib& yesterday. One of the company a employees was shot and killed and another critically wounded inthe Holdup. A it Slattery who was penniless when starched by the police us the authorities he threw the 84.6313 payroll id the undergrowth of a Roadside in West Haven. The new Haven police turned the prisoner Over to the West Haven Po-5w for further questioning. Slattery described the spot where he threw the Money and the police were trying to locate the plunder today. Escaped convicts hunted by posse things Over with cd Olidge by Sqq Liege i Northampton mass., december 25�? every Day has been numberless times a birthday. A Only a few Are widely celebrated for ii is not the event of birth but what is done in Cavin a after life a that makes a Natal Day especially for Fanny generations Christmas has been joyously observed Lereve of there has been a vestige of Western civilization because the Day a was born one who grew to be the Only perfect Man j became the Savior of the world. No other fact no other in by be in human experience has compared with the birth and life Christ. Down through the age she has Borrie the name of Laster. He go ined that everlasting title hot by the use of any mail Force but by demonstrating the moral and spiritual Power Mankind off Filgis Christmas represents love and mercy it was ushered in by the r of Hope a a remains forever consecrated by the sacrifice of Cross. Christmas holds its place in the hearts of men because know that love is the greatest thing in the world. Christmas in its True spirit Only by those who make some sacrifice of Thel fellow men. In largest building is bombed again four new York or toners saw their Way to Freedom. More bitter worded state merits Mark controversy. Washington december 25�?ffr so Christmas truce was in sight today in the Norris Lucas Row. Right up to the clock stroke of the Holiday the principals and those who sided with them pushed the Exchange of bitter worded statements. Robert w. Lucas the executive director of the Republican National committee last night dictated from his Louisville Home an utterance describing As Quot malicious Quot the assertion of senator Norris of Nebraska that president Hoover apparently was behind the anti Norris drive. A a representative Wood of Indiana. J chairman of the Republican National committee. Who had sided with Lucas in demanding the nebraskan s ouster from the fatty again repeated that Norris was a he. Too. Asserted the president had nothing to do with his views and their expression two Days ago on the White House Steps. But senator Howell Norris a colleague renewed a demand that a Cas resign because he had financed the printing of literature for secret distribution in a Effort to defeat the Veteran Nebraska publican. I Quot propriety ethics. Common sense the Good of the Republican party a said Howell Quot demand that Lucas Stop Down. But he definitely say i wont and apparently they Don t dare put him. Out Whit is the matter Are they sitting an the lid Quot he added that Lucas a conduct Quot constitutes him such a liability to the committee and president Hoover that it should be removed immediately by resignation or mt�em�mmsmm�wmmi9�mmm�4�fmt�m�mmril9m�mm<mw�9 Eskimo Christmas Point Barrow Alaska december 28�?op a Christmas in this northernmost Point of Alaska was being celebrated in darkness i today. By a feast and weird dancing that will continue far into the night. V a a a school children gave a program in the Little White Church Here Tost night and guts of Frozen fish and Eskimo clothing were exchanged. The Mission gave each person a package of assorted presents. Each child received a Small toy and a big bag of Candy and nuts. A Young Engineer reported have made escape to county police were searching foe two robbers thursday who forced Eugene Walker grocer. Blat by and Murray Road. Mariemont to Stop Hia automobile on Home won a Avenue Mariemont wednesday about. 10 p. M. The men then Drew revolvers and robbed Walker of 5250. Which represented the Days receipts of his Moat Market on Wooster Pike. Walker said that the two men forced his automobile to the curb. He was on his Way Home at the Tima. After robbing Walker the pair threw away the ignition key to his car so that a could not Fonow them f Independent re Toto new Yolk and the Southern part of the state. The nearby estate of John d. Rockefeller was a scoured without Success. A lad by a Veteran of three escape the convicts made their Way from a cell mock into an unoccupied prison doctor s office and Cut the bars apparently with saws provided by outsiders. Judging by their Trail they crossed the prison lawns and fled to a northerly direction. A a arc Citable a Styrko. 26 to it i new York Peter Reynolds 36 of Yonkers n. Amos Clark 30. Of t View Penitentiary were being hunted second blast at do or of new by pome today. Merchandise Mart. Chicago december 25�? it a those who think one bomb would be Only a gesture against the world a largest building should Jive Board Toa report and Felt the Soddt a aged by a Black powder explosive against a steel door of toe new merchandise Mart last Midnight the dear., waa brawn it Daws of the lower five floors on one aide shattered two night watchmen knocked out and 506 guests at a party on one of the upper floats thrown into ton fusion by toe blast which was heard Over toe near North Side damage waa set at 56.000. Of december f the near by furniture Mart known As toe worlds largest building until completion of the merchandise. Mart was bombed in a similar manner. Police could assign no motto to either in Manaco of rat Bast View v. A a a december pour Short term prisoners who Vook adv anus at �-9wii55c5jlisclba a a saw their Way out of to Belesti 0f Linden n. J. Sirico has escaped from the Orange county Jil at Goshen. N. Y., and twice from Best View where he was serving time As a fugitive on a robbery conviction. A state police and prison guard were following their footprint through toe Snow and guarding All roads lading Al Barnes noted showman weds third Bride of orc a owner widow of Pioneer cattleman. Elpaso. Tex., december 25�? a Pic officials of the american smelting be refining company Here waited details today of the reported escape of Hugh m. Craigie. Thirty year old Engineer from mexican bandits who held him in a Mountain rendezvous for Ransom j Craigie. A graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of technology and Foreman of the mining company a property near Santa Barbara. Chihuahua. 350 Milfs South of Elpaso was kidnapped tuesday it was the first affair of the kind in Chihuahua since the revolutionary Days of 1816. Santa Barbara residents were indignant. 7./� v7 7f- 77 Juarez military authorities endeavoured to communicate with Den. Maltas Ramos commander of Federal troops in the state. They said mounted men probably were sent after the Kidnap Fig gang. A a j mrs. Craigie notified company offi main it w Cirkl he would remain in 8anta bar Phoenix. Arto. December 25- Bara Onul the safety of her Hus a Al o. Barnes 8tonehouse. More a band was sutured. Milia Ray known As just Al o. Barnes head of the Al g. Barnes circus was honeymooning Here today. The famous showman married mrs. Margaret Goldsborough of Denver and Edgewater col., Here last night. Barnes and the Colorado girl were married by toe Rev. Victor a. Rule. In the presbyterian Church with or. And mrs. C. F Cusack of Denver acting As witnesses. The Bride is the Mother of mrs. Cusack. Mrs. Gold Boro ugh is the widow of a Pioneer Eatrue Raiser and mining Man of Leadville. Col. She met Stonehouse to Denver three years ago. Horn in Ontario Canada in 1862, Stonehouse entered toe show business forty years ago with a trav Ettig Wagon train and to 1900 marry go Dolle Barlow operator of a Small Clr Cru. The two shows combined to grow into one of the largest to the United states. In 1921 Stonehouse divorced his first wife and the next Day married Jane Hartigan. Whom be divorced two years later charging she horse whipped him. Boto divorces and the second wedding occurred in Las vegas Nev. 7f 77 7 yr777 funeral rites Friday funeral services will be held Friday. At 11 a. My a for mrs. Sarah Kaufman. 78, 681 Glen Wood Avenue. Bhe was the Mother of mrs. Abe Appel. Whose husband la president of the Mendel Drucker company and of Benjamin i. Kaufman. President of the Edna brass manufacturing company. 7. A a ,. V a six persons die in Indiana fire several other May have perished at Whiting. Mathis selections Jarre sox fax 1�?puds#. My role. Falmouth a of Natl. Bob room. Rucero. In Astur. It Lor. Aim. 4�? a for poll. Pm a m. Tory Onur. 8�?voltear, Ual Mataso co a a Phil a Bob str ten buddy Basil com on. 7 a a 7&Quot a 7�?boom. Shark inv _ so Durut. Borrun St err. Hay a it motor. 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Totra Silver 5ssft racing a crowd majto1k Palm cow Bizis fab Torpo Norta Nai Awak Quot 1 Bat a a y Agassi a m a a Hachee find fat a win w9tltak mtg a Aist Oal Ahab Bob Debnan 1 a Whiting. Ind., december 25�? of a six persons arc known to be dead one is dangerously injured and Sev eral others Are believed to have per Lahod to a fire which a destroyed s. Rooming he use Here Early today. Workers wer searching through the smouldering ruins Early today lit the belief that additional bodies would be found. None of the dead has been identified. V r Early reports said the fire started in the rear of the first Story of the Rooming House which burned to the ground in a Short time. A Mwiwa a a he Law it Lush my a a legion to assist sunday school body j announcement was made thursday. By Michael Maloney commander of James Wallace Costigan Post american legion of Newport that members of the legion would co operate with the Campbell county Sun Day school association to aiding the poor and unemployed during the present crisis. Commander Maloney said a Relief committee would be appointed and work in conjunction with the sunday school association to obtaining Money food clothes and other necessities for the needy. Carole so aids a Carol group of the University of Cincinnati Newman club brought tha songs of. The yuletide season to Good Samaritan Hospital patients on Christmas eve. The Carlers were headed by miss Virginia Mccue. Tha University group visited other institutions during the evening just suppose i you mad i has a ambling i most Bush 771 Olow in to Ltd i Oca to amp Cuoc

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